Ginger Paquin

Ginger is originally from Memphis, Tennessee and moved to Northwest Arkansas to attend the University of Arkansas, where she earned a Bachelor of Architecture in 2012. Opportunities ranging from historic preservation, such as the documentation of Fay and Gus Jones’ house in Fayetteville, to a proposal for an urban housing development in Kigali, Rwanda have fueled her interests in travel and learning the universal language of architecture. She is passionate about design and its effect on human perception and experience, whether it be at the scale of furniture making or city planning. Ginger enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, camping, going to music festivals, and working on their endless list of home renovation projects.